Tim Godfrey may refer to:
Morcheeba is an English electronic band formed in the mid-1990s with founding members vocalist Skye Edwards and the brothers Paul and Ross Godfrey. They mix influences from trip hop, rock, folk rock and downtempo, and have produced ten regular studio albums since 1995, two of which reached the UK top ten. Edwards left the band in 2003, after which the brothers used a number of singers before she rejoined in 2009. They recruit additional members for their live performances and have toured internationally. In 2014 Paul Godfrey resigned from the band. Edwards and Ross Godfrey later formed Skye | Ross and released a self-titled album in September 2016. Their latest studio album as Morcheeba, Blackest Blue, was released in May 2021 and was preceded by singles "Sounds of Blue", "Oh Oh Yeah" and "The Moon". It features collaborations with Brad Barr from The Barr Brothers, and Duke Garwood, whom Edwards described as "a diamond geezer".
Thomas Godfrey may refer to:
Paul Victor Godfrey, CM, OOnt is a businessman and former Canadian politician. During his career, Godfrey was a North York alderman, Chairman of Metro Toronto, President of the Toronto Sun and head of the Toronto Blue Jays. He was instrumental in bringing the Toronto Blue Jays to Toronto and has campaigned to bring the National Football League to Toronto. He is the former President and CEO of Postmedia Network.
John Godfrey is a Canadian cabinet minister.
Timothy, Timmy, or Tim Brown may refer to:
"Whole Again" is a song recorded by British girl group Atomic Kitten for their debut studio album, Right Now (2000). It was co-written by Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark members and Atomic Kitten founders Andy McCluskey and Stuart Kershaw, along with Jem Godfrey and Bill Padley, with production helmed by McCluskey and Kershaw under their production moniker Engine. Godfrey and Padley are credited as additional producers.
Tim, Timmy or Timothy Ryan may refer to:
Tim, Timothy or Timmy Smith may refer to:
Charles Godfrey may refer to:
Timothy or Tim Johnson may refer to:
Murtagh is an Irish surname, and may refer to:
Godfrey is a given name and a surname. The given name is derived from the Old French Godefroy, a name composed of the elements: the first being either god ("god") or gōd ("good"); the second being fred ("peace"). The name was brought to England by settlers from Normandy, the Low Countries, and France. The name is rendered Goraidh, Goiridh in Scottish Gaelic. In some cases the surname is derived from the Middle English personal name Godfrey, Godefrey; or the Old French Godefrei, Godefroi, Godefrois; or the Continental Germanic Godefrid. In other cases, the surname is derived from the Irish Mac Gothraidh or Ó Gothraidh.
The National Football League (NFL) has been playing games in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, since 1959 when an interleague game between the Chicago Cardinals of the NFL and the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League (CFL) took place at Exhibition Stadium. Subsequently, a number of neutral site preseason and regular season games between NFL teams have been staged in the city. Toronto is one of three cities outside the United States, along with London and Mexico City, which have hosted regular season NFL games.
Louis is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Godfrey Itama Oboabona is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays for Georgian club FC Dinamo Batumi as a centre-back.
Peter Godfrey may refer to:
Benjamin Matthew Godfrey is an English professional footballer who plays as a centre-back for Premier League club Everton and the England national team.
Hannah Christine Godfrey is a professional footballer who plays as a defender for FA Women's Championship club Charlton Athletic and the Scotland national team.
Kene Onyeka is a professional Canadian football defensive lineman for the Ottawa Redblacks of the Canadian Football League (CFL).
Godfrey Onyeka is a professional Canadian football defensive back for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League (CFL).